Alec Saunders BlackBerry’s former VP of Developer Relations and part of the QNX team left BlackBerry way back in October. Mr Saunders has now joined Microsoft as a “Principal Technical Evangelist” at Microsoft Ventures. Mr. Saunders had to say this in a blog post: “So it was natural that one of the first companies I […]
According to Omeed Chandra, Program Manager on the OneNote Team, Microsoft will not be porting or bringing a native OneNote application to BlackBerry 10. Thanks for expressing your support for a BlackBerry version of OneNote. Our engineers have investigated the possibility of releasing the Android version of OneNote on BlackBerry, and unfortunately, it appears that […]
Cloud storage seems to be getting updated today. Grab one drive update here.
Earlier today Microsoft rolled out OneNote to Android wearables. This has left many people wondering if they will ever port the Android version to BlackBerry 10. Turns out that Microsoft’s UserVoice forums where feedback is collected has been home to a request for a BlackBerry app since June. As it sits now, Microsoft has place an […]
Here is an interesting headline I didn’t expect to write… BlackBerry and Microsoft have teamed up to co-sponsor ‘The Future of Mobile’ event held by Tech in Motion. I must say that BlackBerry and Microsoft are not the only sponsors, Workbridge Associates, Jobspring Partners, BlackBerry, Microsoft, Syncano & Applico.”As part of our Tech in Motion mobile summer series […]
Well we knew it was just a matter of time, before BlackBerry Limited released Connect to Microsoft OneDrive. Microsoft OneDrive is a cloud storage system that Microsoft is currently offering. Connect to Microsoft OneDrive is a free application that allows you to create an online space to store your files so you can access them […]
When Chen joined BlackBerry, it was bleeding customers, employees, revenue, cash and share value. An all-in bet on a new operating system called BlackBerry 10 had failed, prompting BlackBerry to put itself up for sale. The company formerly known as Research In Motion, which had pioneered the $350-billion-plus smartphone industry, seemed destined to disappear. Chen, […]
I have featured my Ford Sync on NerdBerry a couple of times before most notably was when we installed the BlackBerry Music Gateway in our 2011 Ford Escape. Over all MicroSoft has done an okay job at it, but new rumors have surfaced that Ford has ditched Microsoft in favor of QNX. It is huge […]
There are been reports released that state Microsoft is considering adding Android apps to the offerings available for Windows Mobile users. As we have seen with BlackBerry’s offerings there are some advantages to running the apps in a “native” environment, unfortunately there are some hurdles that will need to be addressed with the Windows platform […]
Here We Go It’s Microsoft, Apple, BlackBerry, Sony and Ericsson Vs Google, Samsung, HTC And Huawei, This Time It’s About Patents
Rockstar, who owns Nortel’s patents is going to fight a patent infringement along with Apple, Microsoft, Blackberry, Ericsson and Sony. They are accusing Google, HTC, Huawei of 7 patent infringements. The patents are related to “help match internet search terms with relevant advertising.” Back when Nortel’s patents were for sale, Google was one of the […]
There have been many reports and speculation about whether or not BlackBerry 10 is enough to help BlackBerry win the third position in the mobile operating system race. There is no doubt that either Android or iOS can be caught, and therefore third place has been left to a battle between BlackBerry 10 and Windows […]
Microsoft and Research in Motion (RIM) reportedly will keep their existing smartphone platforms, Window Phone 7 and BlackBerry 7, continuing for a while after the release of next-generation platforms by the two companies, according to industry sources. Smartphone with Window Phone 7.x- or BlackBerry 7.x will continue to be launched targeting the entry-level and mid-range smartphone […]
Research In Motion (RIM) has announced that BlackBerry® Business Cloud Services for Microsoft Office 365 is now available to South African enterprise customers. This cloud solution extends Microsoft Exchange Online to BlackBerry® smartphones and allows customers to manage their BlackBerry deployments in the cloud. The service works with BlackBerry smartphones on business or consumer data […]
exFAT file technology helps mobile industry leader provide cutting-edge capabilities to customers. REDMOND, Wash., Sept. 18, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Microsoft Corp. announced today that Microsoft and Research In Motion (RIM) have signed a patent licensing agreement that gives RIM broad access to the latest Extended File Allocation Table (exFAT) for certain BlackBerry® devices of RIM. […]
With the release of the Blackberry Playbook, it has been speculated that it was a large scale beta test for the new QNX operating system. It seems to make sense and then to push out the mobile Dev Blackberry 10 devices during the latter, it would make more sense that RIM has had a ploy to […]
Mobile Link Research In Motion has posted the above video via their YouTube channel, demoing BlackBerry Client for Microsoft SharePoint. Let us know what you think in the comments.
After yesterday’s Q1 earnings call and press release even more and more rumors and theories have started to be raised about the future of RIM. While they are not currently about to close the doors, there are many analysts out there that believe it is just a matter of time before this happens. According to […]
Yesterday Reserch In Motion nnounced in the earnings report that Blackberry 10 devices will be delayed until 2013, this is not the exciting news that many Blackberry lovers and users and Nerds alike were too happy to hear. With RIM’s new focus on the new Blackberry 10 OS, as well as the rumored devices to run […]
The Microsoft/RIM rumor-mill is hard at work today. Microsoft is rumored to make a $3.5 billion investment in RIM according to sources. As we know Microsoft and RIM have a long history of rumors from investments to total take overs.